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Róża Szweda Research Group – People

Róża Szweda – Principal Investigator
EDUCATION
Jan 2015 PhD in Chemistry
Faculty of Materials Science and Ceramics, AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland. Thesis: “Polymer-peptide arrays for detection of proteolytic enzymes” in the field of polymer-peptide materials for bioapplications, defended with distinction
Sep 2009 MSc in Chemistry
Faculty of Chemistry, Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland. Thesis: “ Study of the degradation process of high molecular weight polyglycidol” in the field of polymer science

WORK EXPERIENCE
Nov 2019 – present Head of Research
Laboratory of Functional Macromolecules, Siec Badawcza Lukasiewicz-PORT Polish Center for Technology Development, Wrocław, Poland
Apr 2019 – Dec 2019 Project manager
Université de Strasbourg, CNRS, Institut de Science et d’Ingénierie Supramoléculaires, Strasbourg, France – managing of the ITN project “CReaNet” financed within MSCA Horizon 2020 programme, https://creanet.u-strasbg.fr/
Apr 2017- Apr 2019 Project manager
Institute Charles Sadron, The National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), Strasbourg, France – managing of the ITN project “Euro-sequences” financed within MSCA Horizon 2020 programme, http://www.eurosequences.com/
Nov 2015-Apr 2019 Post-doc researcher
Institute Charles Sadron, The National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), Strasbourg, France – researcher in scientific projects in the field of sequence-controlled polymers and polymeric materials (European Research Council grant “Sequence Barcodes”)
Nov 2015-Feb 2017 Assistant professor
Centre of Polymer and Carbon Materials Polish Academy of Sciences, Zabrze, Poland – supervision of PhD students, consulting of research projects, writing the articles
Sep 2009-Nov 2015 Research assistant
Centre of Polymer and Carbon Materials Polish Academy of Sciences, Zabrze, Poland – researcher in 3 scientific projects financed by EU or polish government in the field of polymer science, polymer-peptide conjugates, and (bio)materials; teaching assistant of Bachelor’s course of “Physical Chemistry”

Honours and awards
Grant SONATA awarded by Polish National Science Centre (2019)
Special prize for poster presented during 18th National Symposium Polymers (2016)
Award of the Gliwice and Opole Branch of the Polish Chemical Society for the best poster presenting research done within the framework of cooperation between Institutions (2016)
1st prize for the best poster presentation within the section: Chemistry of polymers and biopolymers at the 58th Congress of PTChem in Gdansk, Poland (2015)
Scholarships for the best PhD students awarded by the President of the Silesian University of Technology (2012-2014)
Scholarship DOKTORIS awarded by Marshal of the Silesia and Silesian University, project title:“ “Polymer-peptide arrays for detection of proteolytic enzymes” (Oct 2013-Dec 2014)
„Donation for young scientists 2011” for realization of the 10-month research project, awarded by Centre of Polymer and Carbon Materials PAS , project title: “Polymer-peptide matrices for applications in clinical diagnostics” (July 2011- Apr 2012)
Scholarships RFSD 2, awarded by Networks of Centres of Excellence Bio-Tech-Med Silesia, project title:“ “Peptide arrays on polymeric substrates for applications in clinical diagnostics” (Oct 2009-Sept 2011)
Member of Polish Chemical Society (since 2014)

TEAM

Katarzyna Chomiak, PhD
Katarzyna obtained her MSc Eng. degree in Technology of Chemistry at the Wroclaw University of Science and Technology. In 2010, she started her Ph.D. studies on Polymer and Carbonaceous Materials at her home university. She obtained her doctoral degree in November 2014 and worked for the next 3 years as a research assistant. Since April 2019, she is working as a research engineer in ŁUKASIEWICZ – PORT in Wroclaw.

 

 


Paulina Walencik, PhD
Paulina graduated from the University of Wrocław in 2014, and she pursued her PhD on thermodynamic stability and structure of copper complexes and their impact on redox activity in biological systems. She successfully defended her thesis in 2019. Since March 2020 she joined ŁUKASIEWICZ – PORT as an internship.

 

 

 


Niels Andre, MSc
In 2019, Mr. Niels André completed an international master’s degree at Albert Ludwig University in Freiburg and Strasbourg University in the field of chemistry. From November 2019, he began working as a process engineer at the ŁUKASIEWICZ – PORT in Wrocław.

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